According to the leader of the Belarusian opposition, Lukashenka will soon lose the confidence of the Kremlin. Moscow will not be able to pay as much attention to him as before.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko can no longer trust his entourage. He is afraid that those close to him will betray him. This was stated by the leader of the Belarusian opposition Svetlana Tikhanovskaya in the DW Conflict Zone program.
According to her, she believes in the victory of Ukraine in the war against Russia, as well as in the victory of the Belarusian people over the Lukashenka regime.
“Even in his vertical of power, they understand that there is no future with Lukashenka,” she said.
Tikhanovskaya noted that so far she cannot predict how long it will take to achieve victory. However, Belarusians, according to her, will not want to live under a dictatorship.
“People understand that Lukashenka became a collaborator in this war, and our country became a co-aggressor against the will of the Belarusian people,” Tikhanovskaya said.
She also stated that approximately 86% of citizens are against the participation of the Republic of Belarus in the war against Ukraine.
The leader of the Belarusian opposition said that Lukashenka would soon lose the confidence of the Kremlin. Therefore, Moscow will not be able to pay so much attention to him. The Russian authorities will be focused on what is happening in Russia itself. Therefore, the President of Belarus is afraid that he may be replaced.
Recall that on March 10, Lukashenka signed a decree on conscription of reserve officers of the Belarusian army. We are talking about people who have previously been trained in training programs for reserve officers at military departments or faculties, and also have the appropriate ranks. Up to 250 people will be called up.
Also earlier, the Office of the President of Ukraine named the main purpose of Lukashenka’s visit to Iran. According to adviser Mikhail Podolyak, the President of Belarus wants to “sit out” the Russian elite and retain power after the end of the war in Ukraine. He “hysterically” seeks support among the rulers of other countries.
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